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Electrochemistry and solid state science and technology are the keys to solving many global problems. ECS is committed to supporting its members to accelerate the speed of science. (more…)
Marm Dixit was a grad student at the 236th ECS Meeting in Atlanta, GA. John Goodenough, M. Stanley Whittingham, and Akira Yoshino had just won the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for developing lithium ion batteries.
“A couple of my friends and I were getting coffee. Stan (Whittingham) was in line in front of us. So for the 15 minutes, till we got our coffee, we discussed batteries with the Nobel laureate. That’s pretty damn awesome and really fascinating,” said Marm who is now Weinberg Distinguished Staff Fellow at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. (more…)
One of The Electrochemical Society’s most important missions is to build a strong community of scientists and engineers working on electrochemical technologies. To help a critical component of our community—early career professionals after their graduate work or coming from non-traditional fields—transition smoothly into careers and ECS membership, the Individual Membership Committee approved the launch of a pilot membership program for Early Career Members. In this program, Early Career Membership is available at only $70, a 46 percent savings over the regular membership rate of $130.
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At ECS, we are committed to your success as a valued member of the electrochemical and solid state science and technology community. We offer many resources to help you throughout your education, career, and across your research interests. (more…)
Our research community is grappling with problems that can change the future for the Earth—and discover more about Mars. And pioneers are creating innovative technology applications that touch virtually everyone’s lives—through the electronics we use to the medical devices that keep us alive. Opportunities abound in the theory and practice of our burgeoning field, with new discoveries and applications developed practically every day. (more…)
An institutional membership with ECS admits your organization into an elite group of scientists, academics, and professionals. It gives your organization access to the vast arrays of information, people, and breaking research that ECS has to offer.
The ECS institutional membership program provides content access, member-related discounts, as well as advertising, exhibit, and sponsorship opportunities. (more…)
Tony O’Rourke, Enago’s head of strategic alliances, explains the benefits of Enago’s editing services. (more…)
The ECS Institutional Membership Program provides a number of benefits for electrochemical and solid state science organizations from around the world. Institutional members are able to choose the benefit options that best help meet their organizational goals such as employee development, marketing and outreach opportunities, access to the ECS digital library, and publishing content with ECS.
Institutional membership allows each organization to create a benefits package allowing a customized engagement experience throughout our program areas. Examples of interests for different organization types are: (more…)
ECS would like to congratulate Johan Scheers of the Volvo Group for winning first place in the August 2018 Refer a Friend Contest! Scheers receives a complimentary meeting registration to a 2019 ECS biannual meeting of his choice.
The second place recipient, Anatolie Carcea from the University of Toronto, receives a complimentary 5-year membership. Tatiana Lastovina from Southern Federal University in Russia, the third place winner, receives a complimentary 3-year membership.
Members were challenged to recruit new members to the Society throughout August; emails were sent each week to encourage these member-to-member recruitment efforts.